three-membered love


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  • adj. of a chemical compound having a ring with three members


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  • No matter how hard we study arithmetic and set theory, we will never know whether 3 is identical with the fourth von Neumann ordinal, or with the corresponding Zermelo ordinal, or perhaps, as Frege suggested, with the class of all three-membered classes (in some system that allows such classes to exist).

    Platonism in the Philosophy of Mathematics

  • The Proportional Representation Society, in view of the demand for the retention of bye-elections, suggests that single vacancies should be immediately filled by a bye-election when they occur in a three-membered constituency, but that in larger areas no bye-election should be held until two seats are vacated.

    Proportional Representation A Study in Methods of Election

  • This was in the days when it was a three-membered constituency.

    The Life Story of an Old Rebel

  • A three-membered cornice crowns each column, which supports arches that reach from one column to another.

    The Old Franciscan Missions Of California

  • Tiny three-membered cast, instead of the standard full-scale Yashraj 'baraat'.

    Screen News


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